Ohio’s GOP House delegation has collected ♡bamaCare!!! horror stories from their constituents. Here are a few:
“We have a ten-year-old daughter with cerebral palsy and a seizure disorder. We are already feeling the effects of Obamacare, with our current insurance company limiting therapy visits…and informing us that her current drugs may not be covered starting in January. I believe health care reform is needed. However, government-controlled healthcare is not the answer. Health care needs to be patient-and-doctor centered, with competition allowed across state lines for insurance companies.”
-Carol, Mason, OH
“Since I was a sophomore I had been working two jobs at Miami University to help pay for my education. When I received a letter over the summer saying that I would no longer be able to work more than thirty hours a week because of a new ObamaCare requirement, I was forced to give up one of my jobs. This is happening to students all over the country due to the reckless requirements written into the President’s health care law. At a time when education is so expensive in the United States, these work hour requirements are hurting hardworking students.”
-Carolyn Turner, Daughter of Congressman Mike Turner, Dayton, OH
“I found out today our premium is going up again this year another 35 percent. We also have a $7,000 dollar deductible… It really angers me. We pay our taxes, we pay our bills. We try to do the right thing … As things stand right now, with increasing cost of living, [stagnant] wages, and increasing health care costs, I don’t know how we are going to remain financially solvent and also have any kind of quality of life. For a health care law that was intended to help people, it sure seems that the ones who are being hurt are those who have worked hard to make a living for themselves.”
-Jamey, Piqua, OH
Just a bunch of bitter clingers, right?